OUR VIEW: Feds should be further along on sedimentation fix
Since the construction of Gavins Point Dam in the mid-1950s, Lewis and Clark Lake has lost 29 percent of its original storage capacity to sediment build-up.
That’s not surprising. Put a plug in a muddy river, and mud is going to collect.
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